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London's 'Cheesegrater' sold to Chinese tycoon for more than £1bn - The Guardian

British Land's sale of the tallest tower in the City of London is second-biggest ever deal for a UK building. Julia Kollewe. Wed 1 Mar 2017 07.51 EST Last modified on Fri 15 Sep 2017 15.21 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email ...and more »

CC Land in talks to buy London's 'Cheesegrater' for £1bn - Financial Times

CC Land, a company controlled by the Chinese property magnate Cheung Chung-kiu, is in advanced talks to buy London's “Cheesegrater” tower for more than £1bn. The Hong Kong-listed group is seeking to buy out both British Land and Canada's Oxford ...and more »

'Cheesegrater' owners agree £1.15bn sale to CC Land - Financial Times

The City of London's tallest tower is to be sold to Chinese investors after the joint owners of the “Cheesegrater” building exchanged contracts to sell it to China's CC Land. British Land, which developed the tower in a 50-50 joint venture with Canada ...and more »

London's 'Cheesegrater' building is up for sale - Business Insider

British Land said that it was in "advanced discussions regarding the possible sale" of the building, the tallest in the City of London at 48 stories, along with its joint-venture partner Oxford Properties. The two companies both own 50% of the building ...and more »

London's 'Cheesegrater' building was just sold to a Chinese investor for over £1 billion - Business Insider Nordic

LONDON — The "cheesegrater," one of London's tallest buildings, has been sold to a Chinese property tycoon for £1.15 billion ($1.41 billion). Property developer British Land and Oxford Properties, a Canadian pension fund, sold the 225-metre skyscraper ...and more »

London's Leadenhall Building sold for £1.15bn - IP Real Estate

Hong Kong-based investor CC Land is buying the City of London's tallest office tower for £1.15bn (€1.34bn). The 610,000sqft Leadenhall Building is being sold by UK listed company British Land and Oxford Properties, the real estate arm of Ontario ...and more »

British Land and Oxford Properties have sold the Cheesegrater for £1.15bn - City A.M.

British Land and Oxford Properties have exchanged contracts for the sale of the Leadenhall Building to C C Land for £1.15bn. Shareholders of the Hong Kong-listed C C Land must now approve the sale before it can be completed. Tim Roberts, head of ...and more »

British Land in talks to sell Cheesegrater - Financial Times

British Land has confirmed it is close to completing a sale of its “Cheesegrater” skyscraper, the tallest building in the city of London, to a Chinese property magnate in what is expected to be London's biggest single property sale since 2014. In an ...and more »

Chinese property magnate eyes £1bn Cheesegrater deal - Telegraph.co.uk

One of London's most recognisable buildings is reportedly close to being sold for around £1bn - making it the largest commercial property transaction in the UK since 2014. CC Land, a property investment vehicle owned by Chinese property mogul Cheung ...and more »

'Cheesegrater' building bought by the Chinese for £1.15 BILLION - Express.co.uk

CC Land is set to snap up the Leadenhall Building after reaching an agreement with both British Land and Oxford Properties, who own the site as part of a 50-50 joint venture. The bid exceeds the most recent valuation of £915 million in September ...and more »